Western Australia-based Nail Brewing, has officially launched the Nail Test Brewing series as it aims to increase engagement with its consumers.
Flamin Galah Brewing Co has announced plans for a brewpub, in the New South Wales town of Huskisson, estimated to open in late 2020.
Revel has launched an IPA brewed with desalinated water, while Ballistic, Two Bays, Bright and Prancing Pony join the action for this week’s New Beers Wrap, and BentSpoke brews a mystery beer for International Women’s Day.
IBA director Richard Adamson says the association is focused on ensuring accessible training and education options to brewers of all skill levels, Australia wide.
Chris Brown, owner of Beaver Brewery, shares a year full of growth and change, bringing his love of dark beer styles to Darwin’s craft beer community.
This week on New Beers, Stone & Wood debuts its latest Counter Culture beer, Otherside release an Oat Cream IPA and Green Beacon has brewed a new IPA to celebrate its seventh birthday.
Queensland’s Beer InCider festival founder Marty Keetels has announced he is seeking expressions of interest for the sale of the festival he founded seven years ago.
Balter team up with Garage Project for a collaboration, whilst Ballistic, Jetty Road, and Akasha release Aussie IPA’s and Moon Dog and Beerfarm drop a couple of sours.
BrewDog’s head of Australian operations, Calvin McDonald, told Beer is a Conversation that its Brisbane brewery has become its top performing bar, globally.
Forest of the Trees’ brewer, Brad Rogers, told Beer is a Conversation that his recent barrel-aged Red Ale was one of the most challenging beers he has brewed in his career.